Example sentences for: disagreements

How can you use “disagreements” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Of these 983 patients with disagreements, 816 patients had a MI assessed by the CEC but not by the site investigator, and 167 patients had a MI identified by site investigators but not by the CEC.

  • Disagreements on the left are far more ingrained--and more meaningful--than he seems to fathom.

  • Though I have some disagreements with Judith Shulevitz in the Aug. 5 "Culturebox," and though I believe she has been less than fair in several of her comments about my work, I am nevertheless indebted to her for taking up some of the questions I raised about Holocaust scholarship in the June issue of Commentary .

  • Heseltine declined to enumerate his disagreements with his bosses but said: "Put it this way, it's nothing to do with ill health, it's not to pursue other interests, it's not to spend more time with my family."

  • Many of the disagreements reflect physician reluctance to diagnose MI in patients they are treating, particularly when the definition of MI includes events with low-level cardiac enzyme elevations (often called 'enzyme leaks' in clinical practice).


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